Whittam Cox cleared for Park Hill student housing

Whittam Cox's Park Hill student housing for Alumno, approved by Sheffield council

Local architect designs clusters of townhouse-style flats

Whittam Cox Architects has won planning for the third phase of the transformation of Park Hill in Sheffield.

The practice is the first local firm to play more than a minor role in the project to bring life back to the brutalist landmark.

Its proposals are for 74 flats to accommodate 356 student residents. These have been designed as three-storey townhouse-style units with four to eight bedrooms.

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